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November 1 2021
Depression, anxiety, fear, stress, and loneliness took centre stage the last 18 months. When we understand how these strong emotions impact our work, we’re able to make changes that improve our day-to-day experience on the job.
Wellbeing should everyone’s responsibility within the workplace, be it office-based or a remote environment. By learning how to recognise signs that colleagues may be struggling, and discovering how to be helpful to a colleague dealing with a mental health challenge, we can create more positive and nurturing working cultures.
THE MENTAL HEALTH IN THE WORKPLACE CONFERENCE
June 24, 2021
As people return to the office following an unsettling and uncertain period, how will they cope? What should you look out for and how can you best support pre-existing and newly arising issues? She will focus on topics around burnout, empathy, motivation and morale — key pillars of the important work undertaken by Health & Safety and Human Resources professionals
ARE YOU THE LEADER YOUR PEOPLE NEED?
April 29, 2021
Having faced unprecedented levels of change this past year, employees are exhausted. In the last 12 months, 92% of organizations have shifted to remote or hybrid work, 44% have undergone restructuring or layoffs, and 46% have undertaken strategic business changes, according to a recent Poppulo survey. Unsurprisingly, 81% of respondents reported increased concerns about employee wellbeing.
The coming months present a massive challenge for HR teams, who are juggling daily fire drills while also reimagining the “workplace” as we know it. Whether planning a shift back to the office, perfecting a hybrid work model, or implementing a work-from-anywhere policy, HR teams are leading mission-critical endeavors.
BEATING CHANGE FATIGUE
January 21, 2021
The most unsettling and traumatic year in living memory has changed the workplace radically and forever – and has left employees exhausted from the tumult to their work and family lives.
75 percent of employees in the US and almost a third in the Asia-Pacific region report symptoms of burnout, and European countries have reported increasing levels of pandemic fatigue.
This has created one of the biggest challenges organizations will face in 2021: How can they re-energize and inspire employees exhausted from relentless turmoil and change, and equip them for the further changes coming their way this year?
ASK ME ANYTHING
scarlettabbott lead behavioural scientist Lindsay Kohler answers questions on change, motivation and combating the negative impacts of uncertainty in a quickfire Q&A sessions.
EPISODE 227: HER MONEY PODCAST
With host Jean Chatzky, Lindsay discusses how to successfully offer clarity via Zoom, be articulate over email, and convey big ideas via Slack. Remote work can actually equal improved communication.